Awoonga Dam

Awoonga Dam has wheel chair accessable locations Awoonga Dam has toilets Awoonga Dam has picnic tables You can go fishing at Awoonga Dam There are bbqs available at Awoonga Dam You are able to canoe in Awoonga Dam

Camping Areas at Awoonga Dam  (1 campsite)

Boynedale Bush Camp Camping Area - Camping right on the edge of the dam, with large grassy and level camping areas. more...

About Awoonga Dam

About half an hours drive from Glasdtone, Queensland, Lake Awoonga is a popular fishing and recreation dam on the Boyne River.

Surrounded by Castle Tower National Park, the dam is one of the most picturesqe you will find and make this dam a bird watchers, or bush walkers paradise. If you are into kayaking, then the best way to see it is by doing a "circumnavigation" of the lake. The interior can get pretty choppy when the wind is up, so sticking to the shoreline means you will see more and have a smoother ride.

There is also a houseboat hire from Lake Awoonga Houseboats (they also hire kayaks and paddle boats) and guided fishing charters by Lake Awoonga Guided Fishing Charters.


Lake Awoonga is a popular spot to fish for barramundi, bream, perch, mangrove jack, mullet, garfish, cod and red claw crayfish."Harro" has a regular report on what's biting on Lake Awoonga.

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